Archive for December, 2005

Bah, Humbug

I was going to put something on my blog about Cheney being a real-life honest-to-Christmas Pete Scrooge, but first I did a Google search on “Cheney Scrooge” and I got this result: Results 1 – 10 of about 53,200 for Cheney Scrooge. (0.23 seconds) So maybe it has already been said enough. If there is […]

What war did you say?

While we are debating whether or not there is a war on Christmas, six Methodist churches here are uniting to sponsor “Blue Christmas, A Service of Worship for the Longest Night,” on Sunday, December 18, 2005. Then on Friday, December 23, 2005, you can attend “The Tree,” presented by the Highlands Fellowship, described as “a […]

In the spirit of Christmas

The New York Times reported this morning in a story titled “Iraq Prison Raid Finds a New Case of Mistreatment” by Edward Wong that the Iraqi government is mistreating prisoners: BAGHDAD, Iraq, Monday, Dec. 12 – American and Iraqi forces raiding an Iraqi government detention center last Thursday in Baghdad discovered more than 600 prisoners […]